Tottenham qualify for Champions League final: How social media reacted to amazing comeback

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Injured striker Harry Kane celebrates with his Tottenham team-mates after the game

Lucas Moura's injury-time winner in Amsterdam sent the Tottenham bench and social media into meltdown.

The Brazilian scored a sensational second-half hat-trick as Spurs overturned a three-goal deficit to qualify for their first Champions League final on away goals.

Tottenham's triumph came just 24 hours after Liverpool's stirring comeback against Barcelona, as an all-English final was confirmed for only the second time in the competition's history.

We take a look at how Twitter reacted to the drama at the Johan Cruyff Arena.

Football continues to amaze

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BBC chief football writer Phil McNulty
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Spurs players past and present reflect

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Cruel on the losers

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Ajax tweets

Here are your best Texts and Tweets (#bbcfootball or 81111)

ChrisGil: I'm a 70-year-old Spurs season ticket holder. Yesterday I had a heart monitor attached to me for the following 72 hours. I don't know what the doctors are going to think when they get the readout of my monitor on Friday!

Rowdiesvoice: I am a Palace supporter watching the game from my home in Florida. The neighbours across the lake called the police and complained about the noise coming from my garden.

Dr David: Will Harry Kane still be at Spurs next season? He's their best player but Spurs are better without him.

Ian: Time to update the greatest comeback article!

Mark: Wow, well done Spurs. Haven't seen anything like this since, well, last night... See you in Madrid!

R: Like. What. A. Game. Of. Football.

Josh: The emotion from Pochettino, never doubt him. Outstanding, incredible manager.

Cooly: NEVER. SAY. NEVER. Anyone who says "it'll never happen" just hasn't watched football.

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